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Frequently asked questions about michigan credit

  • Yes, in Michigan the Statute of Limitations is 6 years on credit cards. If they get a judgment and a court order for a garnishment they can garnish your wages (in Michigan), they can put a lien against your assets (home, car), and they can seize your income tax returns (state and federal).
  • Income tax refunds can only be taken for child support, Federal student loans, or other money owed the Fed. Your credit card company or other creditors can take you to court and win a judgment. Then they can attach your bank account, garnish your wages, and lein your property. Judgments are good for 10 years and can be renewed. If you have gambling winnings, you should pay off you debts. Actually, if you are behind on your bills, you shouldn't be gambling. That's how people get behind on their bills.
  • credit cards cannot lein property, credit cards are "unsecured" they can attach wages of course.
  • Huhhhhh ? I think that gets points for the most non-sequitur question of the night . Please , try again . . . >
  • It will be probably challenging to get someone on the phone on a friday. Particularly during summer semester. You really need to speak to the registrar. I suspect that your credits will mostly transfer assuming they came from an accredited Michigan institution. You may have to get course descriptions for each one though. Sorry you can't stay with us. Summer is the best time to be here.
  • you really need to find out how many of your classes from both CA and MI CC's will transfer to the 4 year school of your choice
  • There is no guarantee that all your credits will be transferable. Unfortunately, you'll have to speak to the counseling office yourself to find out what credits can be transferred.
  • in California: UC-transferrable training flow to united statesand CSUs. CSU-transferrable training flow to CSUs basically. See a counselor approximately that. purely because of the fact this is transferrable, does no longer mean it transfers everywhere.
  • So, we have learned that in the state of Michigan if you had a stillborn that there is a tax credit you can file for if you were over 20 weeks pregnant when the stillbirth occurs. How do you file for it in your Michigan state tax when filing for taxes? Like what documentation and stuff do we need because the hospital gave us nothing for it. And we have no idea what to do. Thank you.
  • It should have been termed a stillbirth and nothing was given or sent to me. Even the doctor at the hospital called it that. They just never bothered to give us the paperwork or send it. The michigan goverment website has not been very handy on telling us what to do. Everytime I call the number they give I cannot get a human being. And they just keep referring me to a website where it costs an arm and a leg to get the document that I need. Ugh.
  • If you look at the State of Michigan's web site it will have the tax return instructions. It is a credit on the tax return. If I remember correctly, if it was termed a stillbirth there should of been a legal certificate you were given. My internet is misbehaving or I would of looked it up for you!
  • Firstly let me say SO so sorry about your loss! Maybe this link will help - http://www.michiganvotes.org/2006-SB-117...
  • New credit will affect (lower) your score for about 6 months. Also, if you dare carry a balance on that card it will lower your score. To get top scores - you must pay in full each month. You never pay interest and never fall into the debt trap. Get the card, you'll want good credit to buy a home someday. But please, please, don't pay just the minimum - pay in full and enjoy a full life without the debt problems most people have. /
  • No, EBT isn't reported to any credit bureau.
  • I have a card which I owe $4,600 on. They garnished my bank account which had nothing back in April. I called them in April and told the collector I would be claiming bankruptcy by August as I came up with the $800-1200 for a lawyer. My car was seized today which was co-signed by my mother and is worth about $8,000 though I owe about $9,000 on it. Why did they not garnish my paycheck? Is my mom at risk if the car is auctioned? If the car is auctioned with the full auto loan be paid off or just what they sell it for? When will they come back to seize something else? After they sell the car? I am contacting a bankruptcy lawyer ASAP. How long before I can get my car back after starting the bankruptcy process? Thanks in advance.
  • When a car is repossessed... Some smaller banks will try to sell the car but most of the time the car will be sold at auction for next to nothing. The sell price is usually WAY below book value. You will be presented with a bill for the difference between the loan balance and the auction selling price. "Why did they not garnish my paycheck?" If you don't pay the bill, they will have the option to sue. Once the sue and win judgment, they will be free to garnish wages, seize bank accounts... "Is my mom at risk if the car is auctioned?" They will sue both of you and she will also be subject to garnished wages, seized bank accounts, liens on her home... "How long before I can get my car back after starting the bankruptcy process?" You will not get your car back. The courts would have likely required you to get rid of it as part of the bankruptcy process anyway. BTW: Since you are filing BK, they will go after your co-signer for the debt. Your mom still liable for the debt even if bankruptcy excuses you.
  • I hope your BK lawyer is good. To qualify for Ch 7 or Ch 13, you have to meet a means test. That is your assets and obligations must be in such a disarray that you would qualify for one or the other. If you apply for Ch 7 and fail the means test, you'll be put into Ch 13. Same the other direction, too. Your BK filing does not clear the debt on the car. Your mother is now 100% liable for the debt. And probably your mother's credit profile has been impacted by the repossession of the car. I hope you didn't pay the $200 to whoever seized your car. You won't get the car back and they'll keep the $200.
  • are you able to open yet another financial business enterprise account at a sparkling financial business enterprise? I tousled undesirable myself years in the past and had to pay off the debt to the boys in black trench coats! It takes time to make it suitable. Do the excellent undertaking and it will artwork out for you. reliable luck
  • forget the car, its gone and yes if it doesnt sell for loan value, they can go after your mom as co-signer
  • On April 28, 1953, an organization committee comprised of: Benjamin Charters, Walter Boris, Earl Devine, Henry Abrahamse, F.C. Voss, C.E. Hayes and William Audas met to form a financial cooperative, better known as the Consumer's Power Employees Federal Credit Union. The credit union was organized to provide its members with a safe, convenient place to save and a source of credit, when needed, at or better than competitor's rates. Throughout its history, CP Federal Credit Union has had many loyal and dedicated volunteers and staff to serve our membership making us one of the strongest and financially healthy credit unions in the nation. Here are a few interesting facts about CP Federal Credit Union: There have been only four President/CEOs (managers) since its inception - Dorothy Dewey was the original manager, Carl Hays was manager for a very short time; Jerry King was President/CEO for over 28 years and upon Jerry's retirement John Crist became our current President/CEO. - The main office at 1100 Clinton Rd was originally built in 1984. - A fire destroyed the main office in June 1997 - Also in 1997 we opened two internal remote branches at Consumers Energy. - Our staff moved back in on December 15, 1997. In 1991: - Our Asset size crossed the $100 Million plateau. - Our Spring Arbor Rd branch was built. - With the ability to acquire more select employment groups and to be more reflective of our total membership, we underwent a name change to CP Federal Credit Union. - We began our very successful Partnership in Youth program at the Western School District. - In March of 1999, we opened a remote branch in Bill's IGA in Brooklyn, Michigan.
  • Its hard to say. It might help if I knew what college you were transferring from, but maybe not. GCU is an acronym I'm not familiar with in this context. It might refer to general education credits. My guess is that all your courses transferred, but the ones marked GCU count towards something specific like general education requirements or subject major/department requirements. Take a closer look at the transfer admissions pages from Michigan State. I may have overlooked something. http://www.transfer.msu.edu/ http://www.transfer.msu.edu/Institution.... http://www.transfer.msu.edu/MSUCourse.as... After that, take your questions to the Ask Admissions, IM or chat room options on this page: http://admissions.msu.edu/learnMore/default.asp The libraries also offer assistance through chat and IM services: http://www.lib.msu.edu/contact/askalib.jsp Edit: A-ha! Taking a little more time to search the college site turned up the following (I used the campus site search box; upper right of the home page and typed GCU transfer) https://www.reg.msu.edu/Forms/SAF/IS_DN_FAQ.asp#IS10 https://www.reg.msu.edu/read/PDF/TransferCreditHandlingDegreeNavigator.pdf http://admissions.msu.edu/admission/transfer_limitedEnrollment.asp Hope that helps a little more. Good luck.
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  • i could say you're growing to be an overly properly shot at Michigan, whether that is especially complicated to indicate with easiest your planned ACT/SAT. i offered a 33 ACT (retaking it) and 2180 SAT (frequently might desire to no longer retake, in basic terms deliver in ACT easiest) and my counselor says i will frequently get in at Michigan (wherein I desire to go if I are no longer in a position to get into ND), and that i even have an comparable stats in the different case (fairly greater suitable GPA and greater AP, whether now no longer specifically athletic, and now no longer as lots provider hours). So i could say you're in the excellent region for Michigan. Ivy league colleges regardless of the undeniable fact that, unlikely. perhaps Cornell, whether Harvard, Yale and fairly some others. are unrealistic. You look like a marginally solid rounded student whether and that i'm specific you will get superb right into a advantageous college.
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  • I have been told you can not have bad credit if you want to get your builders license in michigan. But I looked it up and somewhere said that you just cannot have outstanding judgements against you and you can not have fellony fraud convictions, and that was it. Does anyone know foresure about this matter. If you take the class and then take the test, if you have bad credit can you still get your builders license in the STATE OF MICHIGAN?? thanks for any help
  • Unfortunately, you are right. You can get a builder's license in Michigan with bad credit. Only outstanding judgments and bankruptcies will bar you. Even then they might grant it, and if they don't you can appeal the denial.
  • 720 is considered to be good credit. Credit score is a very good index of what you will or will not qualify for. However, it is not the only determiner. Here is a link that discusses what a good credit score is: https://www.creditkarma.com/faq/what-is-... Your broker should be able to help you get pre-qualified for a mortgage. Getting pre-qualified saves you a lot of headache and hassle, because you know up front what you can or cannot do. Major aspects that a lender will look at include your documented income (make sure to have at least two years of tax returns), proof of current employment, your current assets, how much money you have available to put down on a purchase, what your current income versus debts and expenses are, and what is the value of the home you want versus its purchase price. Banks are typically very comfortable giving a loan to a qualified person when the loan amount is 80% or less than the appraised value of the home. There are many other aspects to this and all of them are easy to explain but you want a competent broker to go over your situation with you.
  • the same thing it has to do with all the other states and most countries around the world. A credit score shows you history / behavior related to how you handle credit = do you pay your bills on time? how much available do you use? - based on this information, the lender can determine if they want to lend to you and what your interest rate will be - if you have no credit history, the lender will probably not approve the loan, because they can't ascertain what your history...
  • 720 will do it anywhere in country Mortgage approval depends on WHOLE package of you: credit rating, low debtload, job stability, adequate income, sufficient down payment
  • Still waiting for ours as well. It was sent in around the first week of February, we've already received both our federal and state refunds. ETA: If you log in to the Michigan Dept. of Treasury's website, you can see when it'll be deposited. They'll ask you information such as SSN, your AGI, etc. When you finally get to where everything is listed, you'll see information about a return called MI-1040CR7. That's your Home Heating Credit. According to this, our refund is estimated to be completed on March 25th. It may be quicker, however. It told me that we were supposed to get our Michigan refund on March 19th but actually got it on February 19th.
  • Try this website. Please make sure you also download instructions to verify you do not need to file other forms, including Federal because you may qualify for credits. A tax professional would be able to give you theses answers. http://www.michigan.gov/taxes/0,1607,7-2... I heard on the radio many seniors lost out on the 1200 dollar incentive last year because they failed to file, even thought they didn't owe. I'm not sure if credit is still being offered. Speak with a tax professional for advice on this or any other issue.
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